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JQI Summer School 2015

About

The JQI summer school will run the following Fridays from 12:00-1:15. This year the refreshments will be at 4 pm . The tutorials are open to students and postdocs only, but professors are encouraged to attend the refreshments following each seminar.

Schedule

July 10, PSC 2136

Paul Hess: Trapped Ions

Abstract:

The strength of the Coulomb force allows individual charged atoms to be confined in deep 3D traps created by static and oscillating electric fields. These RF Paul traps allow ions to be levitated in high vacuum enclosures, with excellent isolation from their environment. This has led to a number of applications, including precision measurements of fundamental constants, atomic clocks, and long-lived quantum memories. We will discuss the mathematics and some common experimental implementations of ion traps.

July 17, PSC 2136 

July 24 PSC 2136 

July 31, PSC 2136 

August 7, PSC 2136 TBD

August 14, PSC 2136 TBD

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